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Director of Higher Education, Pune Maharashtra State, B.Ed. Admission Process 2012-13 Notification


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This resources contains information about Director of Higher Education, Pune, Maharashtra State, B.Ed. Admission Process 2012-13 Notification. To take admission for B.Ed candidate have to appear for B.Ed Common Entrance Test. On the basis of scores the institutes are allotted, To know more read complete article,



Maharashtra B.Ed. Admission Process 2012-13 Notification



Director of Higher Education, Pune Maharashtra State, B.Ed. Admission Process 2012-13 Notification to take admission for B.Ed candidate have to appear for B.Ed Common Entrance Test. On the basis of scores the institutes are allotted. The B.Ed admission process is common for Sanskrit, Hindi, Marathi, and English. This exam covers all B.Ed institutes of Maharashtra for admission of academic year 2012 - 2013. The B.Ed CET 2012

Program For Centralized B.Ed Admission Process 2012 - 2013



1) 30.04.2012 to 24.05.2012 (9.00a.m. to 5.00 p.m.)
Sale and submission of Application Forms MKCL

2) 28.05.2012 to 02.06.2012 (9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.)
Distribution of Admit Cards MKCL

3) 03.06.2012 (11.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon)
Common Entrance Test (CET) and Concern Examination Centre's
(12.30 to 01.30)
English Language Content Test (ELCT 2012 - 2013)

4) 15.06.2012 At 3.00 pm
Common Entrance Test Result and Distribution of score-cards MKCL

5) 15.06.2012 to 27.06.2012 (9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.)
Eligible candidates in Academic & CET score shall fill the preferential order form or the colleges of their choice (Option Form Filling Stage) MKCL

6) 02.07.2012 At 3.00 pm
Publishing college wise list of admitted candidates in 70%, 28%, 2% Quota on website. (First Round) MKCL

7) 02.07.2012 to 06.07.2012
9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Issuing Provisional Admit letters to candidates provisionally Admitted in 70%, 28%, 2% quota (First Round)
MKCL

8) 02.07.2012 to 07.07.2012
Within College office Hours
Admitted students Report to concerned college and finalize the Admission
Concerned Colleges

9) 12.07.2012 At 3.00 pm
Publishing College wise list of admitted candidates in 70%, 28%, 2% quota (Second Round)
MKCL

10) 12.07.2012 to 16.07.2012
9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Issuing Provisional Admit letters to candidates provisionally Admitted in 70%, 28%, 2% quota. (Second Round)
MKCL

11) 12.07.2012 to 17.07.2012
Within College office Hours
Admitted students Report to concerned college and finalize the Admission
Concerned Colleges

12) 23.07.2012 After 3.00 pm
Publishing college wise list of admitted candidates for Govt. Aided & Non-Aided. 70%, 28%, 2% quota on website (If seats remain vacant, Third Round)
MKCL

13) 23.07.2012 to 27.07.2012
9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Issuing Provisional Admit letters to candidates provisionally Admitted in 70%, 28%, 2% quota. (Third Round)
MKCL

14) 23.07.2012 to 28.07.2012
Within College office Hours
Admitted students Report to concerned college and finalize the Admission
Concerned Colleges

15) 03.08.2012 to 14.08.2012
Within College office Hours
College-level admissions from Waiting list For the remaining vacant seats in the college (all vacant Seats will be converted into 70%) (College Level -Waiting List Round)
Concerned Colleges

MKCL Contact For B.Ed. CET 2012 - 2013


Director of Higher Education
Central Building, Pune 411 001.
Phone :- 020-26051729
Fax :- 020-26051729
Email ID:- bedsupport@mkcl.org
Website :- http://oasis.mkcl.org/bed


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Author: Sunil Jadhavar    14 Jun 2012Member Level: Silver   Points : 0
Maharashtra B.Ed. Admission Process 2012-13 Notification


Director of Higher Education, Pune Maharashtra State, B.Ed. Admission Process 2012-13 Notification to take admission for B.Ed candidate have to appear for B.Ed Common Entrance Test. On the basis of scores the institutes are allotted. The B.Ed admission process is common for Sanskrit, Hindi, Marathi, and English. This exam covers all B.Ed institutes of Maharashtra for admission of academic year 2012 - 2013. The B.Ed CET 2012 examination schedule on 03 June 2012 at various centers of Maharashtra.

Program For Centralized B.Ed Admission Process 2012 - 2013


1) 30.04.2012 to 24.05.2012 (9.00a.m. to 5.00 p.m.)
Sale and submission of Application Forms MKCL

2) 28.05.2012 to 02.06.2012 (9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.)
Distribution of Admit Cards MKCL

3) 03.06.2012 (11.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon)
Common Entrance Test (CET) and Concern Examination Centre's
(12.30 to 01.30)
English Language Content Test (ELCT 2012 - 2013)

4) 15.06.2012 At 3.00 pm
Common Entrance Test Result and Distribution of score-cards MKCL

5) 15.06.2012 to 27.06.2012 (9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.)
Eligible candidates in Academic & CET score shall fill the preferential order form or the colleges of their choice (Option Form Filling Stage) MKCL

6) 02.07.2012 At 3.00 pm
Publishing college wise list of admitted candidates in 70%, 28%, 2% Quota on website. (First Round) MKCL

7) 02.07.2012 to 06.07.2012
9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Issuing Provisional Admit letters to candidates provisionally Admitted in 70%, 28%, 2% quota (First Round)
MKCL

8) 02.07.2012 to 07.07.2012
Within College office Hours
Admitted students Report to concerned college and finalize the Admission
Concerned Colleges

9) 12.07.2012 At 3.00 pm
Publishing College wise list of admitted candidates in 70%, 28%, 2% quota (Second Round)
MKCL

10) 12.07.2012 to 16.07.2012
9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Issuing Provisional Admit letters to candidates provisionally Admitted in 70%, 28%, 2% quota. (Second Round)
MKCL

11) 12.07.2012 to 17.07.2012
Within College office Hours
Admitted students Report to concerned college and finalize the Admission
Concerned Colleges

12) 23.07.2012 After 3.00 pm
Publishing college wise list of admitted candidates for Govt. Aided & Non-Aided. 70%, 28%, 2% quota on website (If seats remain vacant, Third Round)
MKCL

13) 23.07.2012 to 27.07.2012
9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Issuing Provisional Admit letters to candidates provisionally Admitted in 70%, 28%, 2% quota. (Third Round)
MKCL

14) 23.07.2012 to 28.07.2012
Within College office Hours
Admitted students Report to concerned college and finalize the Admission
Concerned Colleges

15) 03.08.2012 to 14.08.2012
Within College office Hours
College-level admissions from Waiting list For the remaining vacant seats in the college (all vacant Seats will be converted into 70%) (College Level -Waiting List Round)
Concerned Colleges

MKCL Contact For B.Ed. CET 2012 - 2013

Director of Higher Education
Central Building, Pune 411 001.
Phone :- 020-26051729
Fax :- 020-26051729
Email ID:- bedsupport@mkcl.org
Website :- http://oasis.mkcl.org/bed
The race for money has speeded up in India science the last decade. It is no wonder that the number of working children below the age of 14 has increased immensely. Estimates cite figures of between 60 to 115 million working children in India, the highest in the world. It is also estimated that about 90% of the child working population is in rural areas. Children are engage in various types of the work , including those that are classified as 'hazardous' i.e. harmful to the physical, emotional , or moral well-being of the children. An estimated 2 million children work in the hazardous industries.

The reasons for this are many and include parental poverty and illiteracy; social and economical circumstance; lack of awareness; lack of access to basic and meaningful quality education and skills; high rates of adult unemployment and underemployment and declining cultural values of the family and society.

The condition of working children in India is appalling. They are either sweating in the heat of stone quarries or working in the field sixteen hours a day. In cities they are picking rags, or hidden away as domestic servants. Their lives are quite miserable and difficult. They earn little and are abused much. They struggle to make enough to eat and perhaps to help feed their families as well. They do not go to school; more than that half of them will never measure up to even the minimum standards of literacy. Many of them have been working since the age of four or five ,and by the time they reach adulthood they may be irrevocably sick or deformed they will certainly be exhausted ,old men and women by the age of forty, likely to be dead by fifty.
Right from independent itself, India has committed itself against child labour. Article 24 of the Indian Constitution clearly states, " No child below the age of fourteen years shall be employed to work in any factory or mine or employed in any hazardous place to work". and directs State policy such " that the health and strength of workers … and the tender age of children are not abused and that citizens are not forced by economic necessity to enter avocation unsuited to their age or strength".(Constitution Of India Cited in Human Rights Watch 1996,26). These two articles show that India has always had the duty of taking care of its children and ensuring the safety of workers. In regard to child labour , the Indian government implemented the Child Labour Act in 1986.The purpose of this act is to " prohibit the employment of the children who have not completed their 14th year in the specified hazardous occupations and process".
The Government of India must ensure that the needs of the poor are met before attacking the problem of child labour. If poverty is addressed, the need of or the child labour will always automatically diminished. No matter how hard India tries, child labour will always exist until the need for it is removed. The development of India as a nation being hampered by child labour. Children are growing up illiterates because they have been working and not attending school. A vicious circle of poverty is formed and the need for child labour is reborn after every generation. India needs to address the situation by tackling the underlying causes of child labour through governmental policies and the enforcement of these policies. Only then will India succeed in the fight against the child labour.



Author: Sunil Jadhavar    25 Jan 2013Member Level: Silver   Points : 10
This resources contains information about Director of Higher Education, Pune, Maharashtra State, B.Ed. Admission Process 2012-13 Notification. To take admission for B.Ed candidate have to appear for B.Ed Common Entrance Test. On the basis of scores the institutes are allotted, To know more read complete article,



Maharashtra B.Ed. Admission Process 2012-13 Notification


Director of Higher Education, Pune Maharashtra State, B.Ed. Admission Process 2012-13 Notification to take admission for B.Ed candidate have to appear for B.Ed Common Entrance Test. On the basis of scores the institutes are allotted. The B.Ed admission process is common for Sanskrit, Hindi, Marathi, and English. This exam covers all B.Ed institutes of Maharashtra for admission of academic year 2012 - 2013. The B.Ed CET 2012 examination schedule on 03 June 2012 at various centers of Maharashtra.

Program For Centralized B.Ed Admission Process 2012 - 2013


1) 30.04.2012 to 24.05.2012 (9.00a.m. to 5.00 p.m.)
Sale and submission of Application Forms MKCL

2) 28.05.2012 to 02.06.2012 (9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.)
Distribution of Admit Cards MKCL

3) 03.06.2012 (11.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon)
Common Entrance Test (CET) and Concern Examination Centre's
(12.30 to 01.30)
English Language Content Test (ELCT 2012 - 2013)

4) 15.06.2012 At 3.00 pm
Common Entrance Test Result and Distribution of score-cards MKCL

5) 15.06.2012 to 27.06.2012 (9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.)
Eligible candidates in Academic & CET score shall fill the preferential order form or the colleges of their choice (Option Form Filling Stage) MKCL

6) 02.07.2012 At 3.00 pm
Publishing college wise list of admitted candidates in 70%, 28%, 2% Quota on website. (First Round) MKCL

7) 02.07.2012 to 06.07.2012
9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Issuing Provisional Admit letters to candidates provisionally Admitted in 70%, 28%, 2% quota (First Round)
MKCL

8) 02.07.2012 to 07.07.2012
Within College office Hours
Admitted students Report to concerned college and finalize the Admission
Concerned Colleges

9) 12.07.2012 At 3.00 pm
Publishing College wise list of admitted candidates in 70%, 28%, 2% quota (Second Round)
MKCL

10) 12.07.2012 to 16.07.2012
9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Issuing Provisional Admit letters to candidates provisionally Admitted in 70%, 28%, 2% quota. (Second Round)
MKCL

11) 12.07.2012 to 17.07.2012
Within College office Hours
Admitted students Report to concerned college and finalize the Admission
Concerned Colleges

12) 23.07.2012 After 3.00 pm
Publishing college wise list of admitted candidates for Govt. Aided & Non-Aided. 70%, 28%, 2% quota on website (If seats remain vacant, Third Round)
MKCL

13) 23.07.2012 to 27.07.2012
9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Issuing Provisional Admit letters to candidates provisionally Admitted in 70%, 28%, 2% quota. (Third Round)
MKCL

14) 23.07.2012 to 28.07.2012
Within College office Hours
Admitted students Report to concerned college and finalize the Admission
Concerned Colleges

15) 03.08.2012 to 14.08.2012
Within College office Hours
College-level admissions from Waiting list For the remaining vacant seats in the college (all vacant Seats will be converted into 70%) (College Level -Waiting List Round)
Concerned Colleges

MKCL Contact For B.Ed. CET 2012 - 2013

Director of Higher Education
Central Building, Pune 411 001.
Phone :- 020-26051729
Fax :- 020-26051729
Email ID:- bedsupport@mkcl.org
Website :- http://oasis.mkcl.org/bed



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